Rising singer, songwriter, and social media personality Jxdn wants to redefine what it means to be famous.
Events, happenings and goings-on for the month of March, all over West Michigan!
The Detroit Public Theatre is coming to West Michigan with an award-winning drama.
Living in West Michigan means four distinct, beautiful seasons, including a long and snowy winter.
An innovative, inspiring film festival is back again at Saugatuck Center for the Arts, but with a new approach.
In the five years since James Sofranko became Artistic Director of Grand Rapids Ballet, the company has shown their extraordinary versatility both within and beyond the realm of classical ballet.
A round-up of the biggest openings, closings, and other changes for local businesses.
Fifty five years ago, DCTV, located in Dale City, Virginia, was the site of an experiment, or an act of faith. Airtime was given over to local residents, who, free of commercial concerns, could create content that would speak directly to other members of the community.
For decades, date nights have been depicted as a glass of wine, a steak dinner and a box of chocolates—that was before cannabis came along.
An old, slim-built former bank has been host to Grand Rapids’ most prolific and enthusiastic coffee drinkers for the past 19 years. It’s called The Bitter End Coffehouse, and it’s owned by a friendly couple named John and Karisa Sprite.